Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-04-30 16:04:05 –
Las Vegas (KLAS) — After increased pressure from airlines, the Transportation Security Administration will extend mask obligations for another four months until September 13. It was scheduled to expire on May 11th.
A mandate was enacted to combat the epidemic of the coronavirus.
The government announced an extension on Friday afternoon, saying it would “affect individuals on all transportation networks across the United States, including airports, in-flight commercial aircraft, fixed-route buses, commuter buses and rail systems.”
“Currently, about half of all adults are vaccinated at least once, and masks continue to be an important tool for overcoming this pandemic. We will continue to work with the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). We will work closely to assess the need for these directives and recognize the key levels of compliance to date, “said Derby Lajoy, a senior official in the role of TSA administrator. I will.
The CDC recently announced that travelers who are fully vaccinated with FDA-approved vaccines can travel safely in the United States, but should still follow the CDC guidelines that require people to wear face masks.
Travelers under the age of 2 or travelers with certain disabilities are exempt from the face mask requirement. Those who violate the face mask policy can face fines starting at $ 250 and up to $ 1,500 for repeat offenders.
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